azimuth guidance


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azimuth guidance

Information which will enable the pilot or autopilot of an aircraft to follow the required track.
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Over the coming months, CASA will continue engaging with the aviation community to resolve remaining issues, including those relating to flight reviews, mustering, the multi-engine helicopter class, flight instructor training endorsements, flight tests, aerial agriculture, azimuth guidance and the ATPL flight test.
It provides only azimuth guidance to the airport/runway complex, and is considered a non-precision approach because we don't have a descent angle to the ground presented to the pilot on aircraft instrumentation.
ICAO Annex 14 recommendations require that: "The azimuth guidance unit should be aligned for use by the pilots occupying both the left and right seats.